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Maker(s):Yazzie, Sybil L.
Culture:Native American; Dinè (also known as Navajo), (1919 - )
Date Made:1937
Materials:gouache on black wove paper
Place Made:United States
Measurements:sheet: 17 5/8 x 25 3/4 in.; 44.7675 x 65.405 cm
Narrative Inscription:  signed and dated in green gouache at lower right on recto at lower right: Sybil Yazzie 1937
Accession Number:  SC 2001.4.2
Credit Line:Bequest of Etel Thea Kramer, class of 1960
Museum Collection:  Smith College Museum of Art

group of Native Americans in traditional clothing participating in a ceremonial dance outside of a kiva

Label Text:
This was painted in the Studio of the U.S. Indian School, Sante Fe, New Mexico.

men; women; costume; religion; architecture; exterior; ceremonies

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